Six Sentence Sunday: Abandon

Something new! For me at least. Six Sentence Sunday is a weekly blogging prompt for writers. Choose six sentences from your current work in progress or something you’ve published and share it with your readers.

Abandon CoverFor my first offering I’m sharing six sentences from my self-published short story, Abandon.

An ocean of bodies surrounded the stage; large screens on each side magnified the performer. She jerked her head and froze. The blue eyes she ordinarily viewed only in mirrors and photographs gaped from the screen.

“He wants you, Aunt Greta! Go! Go!”

If you want to read more of Greta’s story, it is available as an e-book and can be purchased at Amazon.com. Click here or on the picture above.

Do you want to join in the Six-Sentence Sunday fun? It’s easy. Pick six (6) sentences from anything you like (it can be from a Work in Progress (WiP), something you recently sold, something you hope to sell or even something already under contract and available for purchase – and don’t worry, Six Sentence Sunday is for published AND unpublished writers). Then post them on your blog on Sunday. That’s all there is to it! Visit the Six-Sentence Sunday FAQs for instructions on how to add your link to their website.

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